Recycled plastics — it’s fantastic. Made from 97%* recycled plastics (bottles, air conditioner units and other junk), these wireless earbuds come with 30 hours of playtime. All in all, a solid pair of buds with a slightly smaller environmental impact. Kind of neat, huh?
Made from 97% recycled plastics.
Boo is made from 97%* recycled plastics (bottles, air conditioner units and other junk). Get a clean look, with a slightly cleaner conscience.
Note *56% of Boo consists of plastic, of which 97% is recycled (excluding plastic in electronic components).
30 hours of playtime.
Enjoy 30h of playtime. Boo plays for up to 4,5h straight, with the wireless case holding 25,5h of extra playtime.
Keep your Boos longer. Extended product lifetime thanks to a limited full charge capacity of 90%. So basically, more charges with the same amount of playtime.
Dual noise filtering microphones on each earbud ensure clear conversations — even in noisy places. Works when using just one earbud as well.
Don’t worry about getting wet. With the durable splash-resistant design (IPX4 on the buds and IPX3 on the case).
No USB-C cable included
For a happier planet, we’ve excluded the USB-C charging cable. We figured out that most people already have a few of these at home. Thanks for helping us create a better sounding future.
Earbud: L16,84 W19,00 H36,29 mm Case: L58,16 W24,94 H50,09 mm
True wireless earbud
Earbud: 4,1g / Case: 37,4g
Water splash-resistant design: Earbuds: IPX4 Case : IPX3
What’s the difference between Boo and Boo tip?
The main difference is the fit and format. Boo is an open fit, whilst Boo tip has an in-ear fit with silicone tips. Because of the fit, they also have different driver units. Boo has a 12mm and Boo tip a 10 mm. Other than that, they are pretty much like identical twins.
How much of Boo is made of recycled material?
The earbuds and case are made of PC/ABS (Polycarbonate/acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) of 100% post-consumer recycled resin (PCR). The product is made from 97% recycled plastic. 56% of the product consists of plastic materials, of which 97% is recycled (excluding plastic in electronic components).
Why have you excluded the charging cable from the packaging?
For sustainability reasons we’ve excluded the USB-C charging cable. We figured out that most people already have a few of these at home.
What does “optimized charging” mean?
It means limiting the charging of the earbud battery to 80% of the total capacity, this will double the amount of charge cycles over the battery lifetime. This will prolong the lifetime of the battery and the use of the product.
Do they have Active Noise Cancellation?
Nope. Boo does not have Active Noise Cancellation.
Are they Waterproof?
No, but they have a splash resistance rating of IPX4. Run in the rain or sweat it out at the gym, but don't jump in the water. The case has a IPX3-rating.
Do they have a built-in microphone?
They sure do! Two microphones on each earbud, to be precise. This means clear conversations — even in noisy places.
How long does the battery in the earbuds and the case last?
Boo has 30 hours of total playtime. The earbuds hold up to 4,5 hours of playtime, and the case holds additional on-the-go charges. It takes 1,5 hours for the earbuds (in the charging case) to reach full charge and 2 hours to charge the case with USB-C cable to 100%
Shipping & returns
Of course you can return your Urbanears product if you are unhappy. We offer a 30 day return policy to all our customers. Read more about our Return policy here
To get help on your return, please contact us via this form. You can also chat directly with us during the chat open hours which you find at the bottom of the page.
Below you will find an estimate of the number of working days required to ship Urbanears products to your home country via our Shipping Services. All our shipments are Carbon Neutral.
DHL Economy (Free from €99)
Delivered within 3 business days
For orders exported outside of the European Union, local tax and/or import duties may apply.
Made from 97%* recycled plastics
(bottles, air conditioner units and
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